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Los Angeles is famously a city of today and tomorrow. Even though preservationists have been busy since 1894, the city tends to let go of its past. Dusty spaces are paved, wooden Victorians are turned to splinters, childhood haunts become mini-malls and whole neighborhoods disappear in the sweep of our freeways. Progress leaves little room for nostalgia, and often we don't know what's been lost until we stumble upon an old photograph.